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Online Banking Demo

View the Online Banking demo for a first-hand look at all the ways you can manage your account online. It's convenient, easy to use and more secure than ever.

Mobile Banking Demo

If you have your phone, you have your bank. You have instant access to account information whether you are about to make a purchase or deposit a check. Get it all from your phone.

BillPay Demo

BillPay is simply the best way to manage your payments.  From paying your monthly bills to sending money electronically to a friend using their phone, BillPay makes it easy and secure.

How much could I save over time?

Calculate the total amount you would be able to save with monthly deposits.

How can I save a million dollars?

Find out how much you need to save every month to accumulate one million dollars.

Good Debt vs. Bad Debt

When contemplating a purchase that will add to your debt, it is important to consider whether it is good debt or bad debt. This article illustrates both.

Your Credit Score Can Cost You

Your credit score is more than just a number. It is a number that you cannot shake—it follows you everywhere, but fortunately it's one that you can improve!

Fraudulent Text Alerts

Many people, including Union Bank & Trust customers, are receiving fraudulent text messages requesting sensitive account information. Here's what you should know.

Available to persons age 16-25. $50 opening deposit. (1) $50 deposited within 10 days of month-end following: enroll in e-Statements and 10 debit card purchases posted within 60 days of account opening. (2) ATM Usage Fee at non-UBT ATMs waived on first 20 transactions posted per statement cycle. (3) $10 deposited within 30 days of month-end following your enrollment in Mobile Banking. (4) Some ATM owners may assess a surcharge which we can't control or waive.


Important Information About Procedures For Opening A New Account—
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you; we may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.